Once upon a time there was a children's room in Neverland, shared by Adrián, a five-year-old boy and his 12-month-old sister Diana ...
Thus begins the story of space that the grenadine Ana Belén López Díaz, from Antioquia Interiorismo, has projected for Casa Decor Madrid 2009.
The room of these brothers is spacious, measures 26 meters and has a balcony and a viewpoint through which a lot of natural light enters. In it our protagonists can cover all their needs without having to go out: take a bath, eat, read a story, play and of course sleep and dream.
In walls and floor, neutral colors have been chosen: gray porcelain for the floor and green and mauve very clear for the walls. Two of them, as we can see in the images above, have been decorated with fresh and cheerful vinyl from the collection of Eugenia Shaw.
On the wall of the Hisbalit bathroom he has made a mosaic that represents a large yellow rubber duck. The faucet is from the Gaudí LC collection of Ramón Soler, with ceramic elements of The Charterhouse of Seville. The washbasin that we see on the left, on the antique table, also belongs to the same collection that we already presented to you at Decoesfera some time ago and that I particularly like very much.
The furniture mixes rescued pieces from the Belen antique dealer with the modern lines of furniture, lamps, textiles and accessories Coolkids. Here we can see, next to the old cradle, the Shisighami lamp by Damaris and Marc, of ecological design, made of controlled and numbered birch wood with green wool felt finishes. It is placed on a bedside table that is part of the modular furniture designs of Muller Stapelliege, a classic of the current design in Germany.
Leander's little bed in wenge color looks in all its splendor dressed in Gaia and Katvig textiles, beautiful and original prints that arrive from Sweden and Denmark.
In the previous images we have also appreciated, among others, the comfortable grass chest of drawers of Yes Kids, the E27 cradle-bassinet, traditional German wicker design adapted to the contemporary furniture design for children and other old ones known in Decoesfera as the chair Panton in its children's version and the filigree lamps by Tord Boontje, in white and yellow-green.
The electrical installation is from Fontini and, as you can see, it is made completely on the surface, with metal boxes and tubes that give it a marked industrial air.
In short, a children's room, alive, cheerful and full of character, without a trace of the usual blue and pink. I hope you enjoyed it, and colorful red, this story is over.